Fall From Above: An Aerial View of Autumn in the First State
I love taking to Delaware’s sky in the autumn. The hot, hazy days of summer give way to crisp, clear air, and strong light brightens the blazing fall colors.
Ordinary scenes like these trees lining a golf cart path and pond at Baywood Greens near Rehoboth Beach come alive with color for a few weeks.
Baywood Greens Golf Course.
Blockhouse Pond in Lewes.
Hiking and boating are popular any time of the year at Killens Pond State Park near Felton. But in late October and early November, you can see and smell the seasons change.
Indian River Inlet Bridge at Sunrise.
Farmland in Sussex County.
Combine harvesting soy beans near Milton.
Second reapers of our farm fields, snow geese usually arrive with the first blush of autumn color.
Courseys Pond in Frederica.
Peppers Nursery near Milford.